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HST303 L10 JiM

China, Japan & East Asia in World History - Lecture 10: Japan in Manchuria

1905 – Japan took over Russian installations in Manchuria after the end of the Russo-Japanese War. This included _____ _____ _____ and surrounding territory, Liaodong Peninsula. South Manchurian Railway
Many Japanese business investments were made in Manchuria and by 1932 –__% of total capital invested in Manchuria industry was Japanese 64
Japanese investment in Manchuria increased over time, but _____ did not match Japanese expectations returns
Manchuria was most _____ region of China after the war industrialized
A Manchurian leader and the government of _____ China reached an agreement for Chinese plans to integrate Manchuria, including regaining control of Japanese holdings in Manchuria, into the reunified Chinese Republic - announced in 1931 Nationalist
Chinese & Manchurian plans to reunify the Chinese Republic inspired the Japanese _____ Army that was originally sent to protect Japanese possessions there to instigate coup in 1931 that led to Japanese military take-over of Manchuria. Kwantung
By 1932, Manchuria was a Japanese controlled puppet state, and Japan had full access to much-needed Manchurian _____. resources
1933 – _____ _____ _____ adopted a resolution that condemned Japanese behavior. Japan officially withdrew from the group a few weeks later. League of Nations
The Japanese reorganized Manchuria into a nominally independent new country - Creation of _____. Manchuko
Last de-throned emperor of _____ dynasty was brought in as head of state of Manchuko as puppet-leader. 1934 – received title “emperor of Manchuko” Qing
_____ _____ held all real power in Manchuria Kwantung army
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